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Without claiming that all Muslims are prone to cannibalism, I think it is important to note that there is some indication that there are many who are. For instance, the Shoebat Brothers co-wrote an article on the subject of Muslims and cannibalism in early 2013. Here is an excerpt:

In the future, the Egyptian Islamists will not only be conducting systematic violence, but cannibalism against Christians and moderates.

In a recent video interview, one Egyptian scholar exposed the high school curriculum coming from Al-Azhar university, the most reputable of all Islamic schools, showing that it condoned cannibalizing non-Muslims:

We allowed the eating of the flesh of dead humans… under necessary conditions. It [dead human flesh] must not be cooked or grilled to avoid Haram (wrongdoing) …and he can kill a murtadd (apostate) and eat him

The interviewer commented:

The book that is being taught to general high-school students mentions that those who don’t pray can be grilled & then eaten

Most people will likely remember the images of the Syrian rebel soldier biting into the heart of his fallen enemy last summer. In August of last year Pamela Geller reported on the cannbalism of Boko Haram and in January of this year there were reports of two Israeli soldiers who were thrown to the masses and had their organs eaten as they were ripped apart.

http://www.dcclothesline.com/2014/10/22/pakistani-restaurants-allegedly-serving-human-flesh-missing-persons/

 

http://eptoday.com/human-meat-specialty-quetta/

https://www.indiatoday.in/world/neighbours/story/pakistan-brothers-arrested-for-diggging-150-bodies-from-graveyard-eating-human-flesh-188971-2014-04-14

https://edition.cnn.com/2014/04/15/world/asia/pakistan-cannibals/index.html

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9 minutes ago, Hussaini624 said:

AstaghfirAllah!

Where is all this coming from?

It's what Wahdat said, check above what I quoted from him. I searched about the number 1 and there were articles about it too O_O

Edit: Pakistan is apparently not #1, but #3

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@Darth Vader

@Wahdat

Please know who the enemy is and focus your energy on who is causing divisiveness.  

US continues trafficking in deceit with Hezbollah ‘narcoterrorism’ unit

#Hezbollah

The US's new Hezbollah Financing and Narcoterrorism Team aims to punish the Lebanese group for complicating the regional designs of the US and its buddies

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Last month, the US Justice Department announced the launch of an exciting new project: the Hezbollah Financing and Narcoterrorism Team (HFNT), which will continue the US effort to paint the Lebanese group as the epitome of global evil and criminalise its supporters.

The announcement comes on the heels of a December 2017 three-part Politico "expose", tantalisingly headlined: "The secret backstory of how Obama let Hezbollah off the hook."

Who knew that the president who dropped 26,172 bombs on seven Muslim-majority countries in a single year - while wildly increasing US military aid to Israel - was an old softie on the Party of God?

Ammunition for Trump

Providing helpful ammunition to the current administration of Donald Trump, the Politico article highlights allegations that Obama recklessly ignored Hezbollah's "narcoterrorist" activity in order to appease Iran in the run-up to the beloved nuclear deal.

Never mind that drug trafficking is fundamentally at odds with Hezbollah's religious orientation; reality has never been a prerequisite to manufacturing threats.

According to Fox News, the HFNT will "begin its work by reviewing investigations stemming from Project Cassandra" - a decade-long operation overseen by the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). 

The existence of Project Cassandra, Politico notes, was first revealed in 2016 along with the operation's target: "the drug- and weapons-trafficking unit known as Hezbollah's Business Affairs Component". (Hezbollah, for its part, has never mentioned a Business Affairs Component, but US law enforcement agencies clearly know best.)

Never mind that drug trafficking is fundamentally at odds with Hezbollah's religious orientation; reality has never been a prerequisite to manufacturing threats

According to Politico's protagonists, the DEA was thwarted from dealing significant blows to Hezbollah's international narco-jihad by the Obama Justice Department, the CIA and other party-pooping entities. 

As for the DEA's own "business affairs", it's useful to review Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ginger Thompson's 2015 New Yorker piece, titled "Trafficking in Terror", in which she outlined the agency's lucrative leap onto the war on terror bandwagon by hyping the new-and-improved threat of "narco-terrorism".

'Staged narco-terrorism conspiracies'

And yet more funds for the DEA failed to translate into any detectable improvement to national security. Thompson wrote that, in the narco-terror cases prosecuted thus far, "the only links between drug trafficking and terrorism entered into evidence were provided by the DEA, using agents or informants who were paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to lure the targets into staged narco-terrorism conspiracies".

Anyway, the country is obviously in more capable hands now, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions has promised that, with the help of the HFNT, the US Justice Department "will leave no stone unturned in order to eliminate threats to our citizens from terrorist organisations and to stem the tide of the devastating drug crisis".

And there are plenty of encouraging precedents. Politico references Operation Titan, "in which the DEA worked with Colombian authorities to explore a global alliance between Lebanese money launderers and Colombian drug trafficking conglomerates".

This particular operation, it turns out, transpired during the rule of Colombian President Alvaro Uribe - the very same Uribe who appeared on a 1991 US Defense Intelligence Agency list of "the more important Colombian narco-traffickers contracted by the Colombian narcotic cartels".

Add to this trivia the US-backed Colombian state's knack for massacring civilians and otherwise terrorising sectors of the population, and one starts to wonder whether the "narco-terrorist" label might not be better applied to non-Hezbollah parties.

The tip of the iceberg

Furthermore, as scholars Oliver Villar and Drew Cottle note in their book Cocaine, Death Squads, and the War on Terror, the "cocaine decade" of the 1980s "saw the consolidation of the Colombian drug trade as a source of profit for US capital via banks that were established to launder and invest drug money in legitimate US corporations".

The result: an arrangement that "permitted cocaine production to flourish in Colombia, and the cocaine market to expand within the United States and Western Europe".

So much for "stemming the tide of the devastating drug crisis".

Colombia, of course, is merely the tip of the iceberg in terms of institutionalised US hypocrisy on the drug war front.

 

000_X61RV.jpgMembers of the Colombian Technical Investigation Unit organise packages of seized marijuana on 19 January 2018, in Medellin, Colombia (AFP)

In Panama, former leader Manuel Noriega remained on the CIA payroll for decades despite common knowledge of his involvement in the international drug trade. (When Noriega's usefulness eventually expired, the US then invoked his drug ties to help justify raining death and destruction on sections of Panama City.)

On the other side of the world, as a 1993 piece in the New York Times observes, "CIA ties to international drug trafficking date to the Korean War" in the early 1950s. The subsequent brutal US war on Vietnam and neighbouring countries saw the establishment of a heroin-refining lab in Laos - with heroin "soon being ferried out on the planes of the CIA's front airline, Air America".

The article continues: "Nowhere, however, was the CIA more closely tied to drug traffic than it was in Pakistan during the Afghan War".

Bringing the narco-jihadi threat to life

The list goes on. From the CIA's LSD experiments on unwitting US citizens in the 1950s to Washington's partnership with right-wing Contras bent on terrorising Nicaragua in the 1980s - with the help of funds from drug-running to the United States, no less - to more recent US collaboration with Mexican drug cartels, the country often appears to be fighting a war for drugs, not against them.

But, hey, that's no reason to rain on the HFNT's parade, especially when so many well-meaning folks have laboured to bring the narco-jihadi threat to life.

Matthew Levitt, a former Treasury official and FBI analyst now installed at the Washington institute for Near East Policy - a vehemently pro-Israel think tank - is cited by Politico for his "respected book on Hezbollah", which "sounded early alarms about its drug trafficking".

The book, called Hezbollah: The Global Footprint of Lebanon's Party of God, contains all of the standard narco-nonsense - such as that Hezbollah is helping drug cartels construct tunnels under the US border and that the US southwest has seen a surge in "Farsi and Hezbollah imagery" in the tattoos of imprisoned gang members.

Other creative gems include Levitt's claim that Somalia contributed "720 experienced militants" to Hezbollah's fight against Israel in 2006 and that "Hezbollah claimed responsibility for both the AMIA bombing [in Argentina in 1994] and the Panama airline bombing [that same year] in a leaflet distributed in the Lebanese port city of Sidon".

To be sure, any time Hezbollah carries out an operation, its first course of action is to announce the details by flyer in the traditionally Sunni bastion of Sidon.

Punishing Hezbollah

It's likely that plenty of drug money does make its way to Hezbollah's coffers, given that the group has supporters from all walks of life scattered across the globe. But there's a giant chasm between scattered donations and full-fledged narco-terror.

Significantly, meanwhile, Israel's insistence on periodically terrorising Lebanon - an arrangement responsible for Hezbollah's existence in the first place - has not been met with any sort of terror financing team but rather with more money and more weapons from the US.

In the end, the HFNT is not really about drug trafficking or terrorism. It's about punishing Hezbollah for complicating the regional designs of the US and its buddies - and generating revenues for concerned government agencies in the process.

As long as the narco-terrorist remains a profitable menace, rest assured the US will continue trafficking in deceit.

Belen Fernandez is the author of The Imperial Messenger: Thomas Friedman at Work, published by Verso. She is a contributing editor at Jacobin magazine.

The views expressed in this article belong to the author and do not necessarily reflect the editorial policy of Middle East Eye.

Photo: Lebanon's Hezbollah leader, Hassan Nasrallah, is seen on a video screen as he addresses his supporters in Beirut, Lebanon, on 19 January 2018 (Reuters)

http://www.middleeasteye.net/columns/us-continues-trafficking-deceit-hezbollah-narcoterrorism-unit-501934394

 

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13 hours ago, TheGreenWanderer said:

It's what Wahdat said, check above what I quoted from him. I searched about the number 1 and there were articles about it too O_O

Edit: Pakistan is apparently not #1, but #3

First I don't know how Pakistan can be in those statistics when all ISPs here have banned all sort of porn and indecency. When any Pakistani IP address can not reach a porn server how can the country be registered? I'll be fair and say this could have been an issue over a decade or so ago when it wasn't banned. Anyway, secondly, since I myself or any of the people here never heard of human flesh being sold in restaurants here I realize its only more of that bovine excrement coming out of the outlet of a particular one.

Seriously, human flesh, of all things? Does that make any sense? Wake up and don't step in the pile of excrement being left by someone who can do nothing better.

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16 hours ago, Darth Vader said:

First I don't know how Pakistan can be in those statistics when all ISPs here have banned all sort of porn and indecency. When any Pakistani IP address can not reach a porn server how can the country be registered? I'll be fair and say this could have been an issue over a decade or so ago when it wasn't banned. Anyway, secondly, since I myself or any of the people here never heard of human flesh being sold in restaurants here I realize its only more of that bovine excrement coming out of the outlet of a particular one.

Seriously, human flesh, of all things? Does that make any sense? Wake up and don't step in the pile of excrement being left by someone who can do nothing better.

If you search, apparently the human flesh incident happened in Quetta in 2014. It's not the only country to have cannibalism incidents, but it's not like it's part of mainstream Pakistani culture of course, though Wahdat's suggestions were quite comical though suggesting it was

ISP search bans can be bypassed you know? That's why we also have Pakistani brothers and sisters here on Shiachat

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2 hours ago, TheGreenWanderer said:

If you search, apparently the human flesh incident happened in Quetta in 2014. It's not the only country to have cannibalism incidents, but it's not like it's part of mainstream Pakistani culture of course, though Wahdat's suggestions were quite comical though suggesting it was

ISP search bans can be bypassed you know? That's why we also have Pakistani brothers and sisters here on Shiachat

Oh come on...i did not say the entire country watches gay porn & eat human flesh...but instead its high on the list of gp and it was first for couple of years, and many instances of cannibalism and sale of human flesh in restaurants to unsuspecting customers occurred...things that rarely happen in healthy countries like Iran or India or even the starving Afghanistan. 

Cannibalism is a biological defect and cant really blame a country for it like you cant blame a country for occurrences of cancer....but when folks sell human flesh to unsuspected customers its a strong sign of sickness of that culture.

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@Laayla....brace yourself for more of such stupidity born out of MBS's vision 2030, Saudi money, and these so called Think Tanks in D.C. 

The other day I read a headline on al-arabiya something about 'Abbotabad Papers' claiming none other but Iran and President Asad having links to Bin Laden and Alqaida...

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On 2/7/2018 at 10:47 AM, TheGreenWanderer said:

ISP search bans can be bypassed you know? That's why we also have Pakistani brothers and sisters here on Shiachat

No. To make such a huge dent in the search engines and win as a nation, masses of Jacks and Jills from various age groups and all computer literacy brackets need to get through. They know this quite well and its why they actually bother with ISP bans. Then video streaming needs good speed which has not been available here. So trust me when I tell you that the source spewing such things is not worth taking seriously.

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Loving our homeland surely is:

  • Care about our own families.
  • Care about neighbours.
  • Care about its environment.
  • Care about its problems.
  • Love to live with and solve its problems.
  • etc

Everyone who loves the homeland should have above qualities.

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One can still love its homeland and is not:

  • Proud of the country's flag, name, symbols, borders.
  • Having government issued ID card.
  • Having opinion that the government's rules and policies are absolutely just
  • etc.

 

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This is for Pakistan

In the history ever since islam came into existence only two places have been made in the name of Islam for muslims.

1 Madina and 2 Pakistan.

In a short and brief manner for the people with understanding this will help.

Rest arguing can keep biting the dust :-)

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nationalism is a joke every country can be good or bad its nothing to fight upon and we are one Ummah its enough for us why divide us upon nationlism and fight we are one in the eyes of Allah Swt and he will surely judge us afterlife this life is only temporary why waste our energy upon something pathetic like nationalism divide its all zionism plan to divide us wake up Muslims please i request :)

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On 17.2.2018 at 1:56 PM, Karbalai110 said:

This is for Pakistan

In the history ever since islam came into existence only two places have been made in the name of Islam for muslims.

1 Madina and 2 Pakistan.

In a short and brief manner for the people with understanding this will help.

Rest arguing can keep biting the dust :-)

why then in both in Pakistan and Madinah its no shariah law and so much ignorance ? if it was made for Islam it was only made in the name of Islam nothing else a country can only survives in the Ahlulbayt AS teachings and rules just look at Iran what a great country its has been after revoultion pakistan is a nasibi country where Shias has no rights and they are getting killed everyday almost and even animals are not slaughtered like Shias in pakistan and Madinah also where Shias are looked as Kafirs Naozobillah so please guys dont make fantasy type of thinking there is no real Islam on earth right now only in Iran it is because they are trying to follow Ahlulbayt AS teachings and Rules after Prophet Muhammad Saww all hypocrites hijacked Muslims mind and destroyed Muslims so sad to see that )::cry:

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On 3/6/2018 at 2:35 PM, zionismdestroyer said:

why then in both in Pakistan and Madinah its no shariah law and so much ignorance ? if it was made for Islam it was only made in the name of Islam nothing else a country can only survives in the Ahlulbayt AS teachings and rules just look at Iran what a great country its has been after revoultion pakistan is a nasibi country where Shias has no rights and they are getting killed everyday almost and even animals are not slaughtered like Shias in pakistan and Madinah also where Shias are looked as Kafirs Naozobillah so please guys dont make fantasy type of thinking there is no real Islam on earth right now only in Iran it is because they are trying to follow Ahlulbayt AS teachings and Rules after Prophet Muhammad Saww all hypocrites hijacked Muslims mind and destroyed Muslims so sad to see that )::cry:

The topic is about Pakistan so from where did Iran come into picture and that too with comparison?

And listen, my forefathers are persian so don't tell me about what happens in Iran and what not.

Create another thread about Iran and then talk about it.

For me Iran and Pakistan both are important unlike you so I will not talk about the negativity of either Country, rather focus on the positive aspects of both countries.

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I believe that the faith of the Pakistani people is deeper than that of many other Muslim countries, or perhaps better say almost all other Muslim countries; I can argue on that- Ayatullah Khamenei

http://english.khamenei.ir/news/4062/Pakistanis-faith-is-deeper-than-that-of-many-other-Muslim-countries

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